Choir release lockdown remix fundraiser and urge people to join in.

21.3.30 WMVC How to enjoy yourself in Warrington
Marking one year on from starting twice weekly virtual rehearsals, Warrington Male Voice Choir have released its latest light-hearted, virtual recording ‘Lockdown Blues 2021 Remix’. It can be viewed and people across Warrington and the North West are being asked to join in, by going - any time from now - to the Choir’s YouTube channel, or simply clicking the link: ‘...
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Choir’s virtual vocal support for National Day of Reflection

21.3.23 WMVC support National Day of Reflection
Warrington Male Voice Choir is proud to support the charity Marie Curie’s idea for a National Day of Reflection. The choir invite you to reflect on the nation’s collective loss, think of those who have been bereaved and look to a brighter future, as they virtually perform the Welsh choral classic - which appropriately translates in English to ‘invitation’ – Gwahoddiad. The choir’s virtual r...
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‘Boris’ joins choir for lockdown remix fundraiser.

21.3.16 'Boris' joins WMVC
A chorister has surprised his fellow members by fixing it for ‘Boris’ to appear as part of a new recording of Warrington Male Voice Choir’s very successful Lockdown Blues, to mark the anniversary of when the choir started its virtual rehearsals in March last year. With words and music written by Musical Director Russell Paterson, and individual performances by members in their own homes, Lockdo...
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Choir in right mind with support for mental health

21.2.22 LB Mind Halton picture
Last year’s fundraising through the virtual recording of Lockdown Blues by Warrington Male Voice Choir has resulted in the choir handing over £1,400 to Mind Halton. The fundraising effort was to support the Heads Together campaign, which was co-ordinated by The Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, with the aim of ensuring that people feel comfortable with their own, their fam...
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An evening to remember the fallen and celebrate the peace.

Tickets are now on sale for an evening to remember and honour those who have lost their lives in conflicts and to celebrate the end of the First World War and the peace that followed. Festival of Remembrance, Celebration and Peace 2018, being staged by Warrington Male Voice Choir is taking place at the Parr Hall, Warrington on Saturday 3 November, starting at 7pm. Warrington Male Voice Choir...
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Voices & Brass at St Elphin’s

Join us on and the wonderful sound that is Wingates Band on Saturday 17th March at St Elphin's Church, Warrington for an evening of Voices & Brass.    
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Farewell, Sheila – loyal supporter, friend and critic

To the members of Warrington Male Voice Choir, former Mayor of Warrington Cllr Sheila Woodyatt was a loyal supporter, friend - and critic over many years. Along with her late husband Neville, she regularly attended choir concerts and really enjoyed herself. However, she was also not afraid to speak up if she thought something didn’t sound or look right. Following the Warrington bombings by the ...
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Terry Waite to speak and sign books at choir’s Christmas concert

Warrington Male Voice Choir Patron, Terry Waite CBE, will be in the audience for this year’s Christmas Voices Christmas Brass concert, on Saturday 16 December at Parr Hall at 7.30pm. However, as well as enjoying listening to Warrington Male Voice Choir and Leyland Band, adding his voice to the audience Christmas carol sing-along and saying a few words at some point during the evening, Terry wil...
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Memorable picture helps Festival recognise women’s WW1 role

As well as remembering and honouring all those who have lost their lives in conflict, Saturday’s Festival of Remembrance at the Parr Hall, will also acknowledge the work done by members of the Women’s Auxiliary Army Corps during the First World War. The Festival programme will feature on its front cover (with the kind permission of the Imperial War Museum), one of the memorable images of the Fi...
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Service cadets prepare to go ‘on stage’ to remember.

Sea, Army and Air Cadets from across Warrington are busy preparing to take part in this year’s Festival of Remembrance, being staged by Warrington Male Voice Choir at the Parr Hall on 4 November. Cadets have taken part in this event in previous years, but after saying last year they were keen to be more involved, that’s exactly what’s happening. This year, representatives from Warrington Sea Ca...
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